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#InteligenciaColectiva según el MIT | #measuring #awareness

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Inteligencia colectiva y colaboración inconsciente


De las cosas que más me han sorprendido del enfoque del MIT-CCI

es su intento de analizar y medir la Inteligencia Colectiva en situaciones donde los miembros de un equipo no son conscientes de

que están colaborando entre sí. Esta dimensión “inconsciente” de la IC me atrae, y complementa extraordinariamente el de la colaboración activa y voluntaria.


Peter afirma que el sentido de pertenencia a un grupo o colectivo no

tiene que estar presente siempre en estos procesos de crecimiento colectivo. Más que un sentido (consciente) de pertenencia, se produce un tipo de nexo que dispara la inteligencia colectiva. Unos contribuyen a otros a veces sin saberlo, y ese fenómeno merece un estudio más a fondo.

 

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Ignasi Alcalde's curator insight, May 2, 2014 4:22 AM

Merece una lectura

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Marketers' #awareness of #dataviz - Smart Hive

Marketers' #awareness of #dataviz - Smart Hive | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
Smart Hive commissioned research on marketers' awareness of data visualization to find out what marketers think of data visualization. Learn more...
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HAVE YOU SEEN OR HEARD OF DATA VISUALIZATION?

 

First we needed to know if mar­keters even knew what data visu­al­iza­tion was and if so where they had seen it. As you can see in the results to the left, there was good unaided aware­ness of data visu­al­iza­tion, with 58% of respon­dents hav­ing seen data visu­al­iza­tion and 48% hav­ing heard of data visu­al­iza­tion. The term, data visu­al­iza­tion, may be an area of needed def­i­n­i­tion and expla­na­tion, given the over­whelm­ing increase of aware­ness once we showed examples.

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The Age of 'Infopolitics' | #privacy #dataAwareness #infopersons

The Age of 'Infopolitics' | #privacy #dataAwareness #infopersons | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
As digital persons, we’re vulnerable to new, digital injustices.

Via Pierre Levy
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We need a concept of infopolitics precisely because we have become infopersons. What should we do about our Internet and phone patterns’ being fastidiously harvested and stored away in remote databanks where they await inspection by future algorithms developed at the National Security Agency, Facebook, credit reporting firms like Experian and other new institutions of information and control that will come into existence in future decades? What bits of the informational you will fall under scrutiny? The political you? The sexual you? What next-generation McCarthyisms await your informational self? And will those excesses of oversight be found in some Senate subcommittee against which we democratic citizens might hope to rise up in revolt — or will they lurk among algorithmic automatons that silently seal our fates in digital filing systems?


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Infopolitics, infopersons, algorithms, NSA, informational self, data awareness.

 

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Mlik Sahib's curator insight, January 31, 2014 12:31 AM

"As soon as we learn to see ourselves and our politics as informational, we can begin to see the importance of surveillance reforms of the sort proposed by Senator Ron Wyden, Democrat  of Oregon, as well as the wisdom implicit in the transgressions of “hacktivists” whose ethics call for anonymity and untraceability. Despite their decidedly different political sensibilities, what links together the likes of Senator Wyden and the international hacker network known as Anonymous is that they respect the severity of what is at stake in our information. They understand that information is a site for the call of justice today, alongside more quintessential battlefields like liberty of thought and equality of opportunity. Willingness to see ourselves as informational persons subject to informational powers could help us bring into view what will be required to protect the many individual rights and social ties now inhering in all those bits and bytes."

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The Internet is rising up in protest on February 11th | #actions #post #shared #awareness

The Internet is rising up in protest on February 11th | #actions #post #shared #awareness | e-Xploration | Scoop.it
Thousands of websites are planning a massive online protest against surveillance on February 11th.
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ACTIONS.

 

Post a comment with a link to every NSA-related story. Make and share a meme. Build a website. Organize an event.

Then tell us about it so we can spread the word.

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#Occupying the #Noosphere: The Evolution of Media Platforms and Webs of Community Protest | #SocialChange #Awareness

By Michael Glassman Abstract This article suggests the emergence of a new dominant ecological system in civil discourse and protest: the noosystem. The idea of a vibrant noosystem is taken…
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This article suggests the emergence of a new dominant ecological system in civil discourse and protest: the noosystem. The idea of a vibrant noosystem is taken from the concept of the noosphere which was introduced near the beginning of the 20th century. The noosphere is a complex, uniquely human system of activity where individual minds use meditational tools to engage in the transfer of information and problem solving activities. The Internet has given the idea of a noosphere new vibrancy, creating a platform where that is capable of augmenting and extending humans minds so that they are capable of engaging in joint activity in ways that transcend traditional boundaries of time and space. The noosystem is offered as a subcategory of the noosphere, an ecological system that not only allows human intellect to guide our perceptions of more concrete settings, but to actually participate in defining and redefining these activity settings. Nowhere has the noosystem had more impact than in the current occupy movement (exemplified by Occupy Wall Street). This article argues that our burgeoning noosystem is redefining both protest and social change. This idea is illustrated through an analysis of Occupy Youngstown, an Occupy Wall Street affiliated group.

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